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VIENNA, May 21./ITAR-TASS/. The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and Iran have come to an agreement during negotiations that were held in Tehran on Tuesday on practical measures on the removal of outstanding concerns over the nuclear research conducted by the Islamic Republic of Iran (IRI), says a joint statement of the sides published on the organisation’s website on Wednesday.
“Iran and the Agency reached agreement on five additional practical measures to be implemented in the next step by August 25,” the statement says.
Iran, sextet agree on parameters of reconfiguring reactor in Arak, the source reported.